Photos of the Day: The Jacksonville Jaguars have removed 9,500 seats from their Florida stadium, and are replacing them with a two-tier party deck with two pools and 16 cabanas. [ESPN]

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars

More on Florida stadiums: The Orlando City Soccer Club released renderings of their $110 million Florida stadium, which is slated to open in time for the 2016 season. [Orlando Sentinel] The city of Miami nixed the downtown site where soccer star David Beckham had proposed to build a Major League Soccer stadium. [Miami Herald]

Orlando City Soccer Club

ICYMI: The Frick Collection announced a new Davis Brody Bond–designed addition to its historic Carrère and Hastings building in New York. [ARCHITECT]

Quote of the Day: "It's a shame that Sugar Hill turned out so grim, because in every other way it's a model for the kind of high-design, low-cost housing that the city needs." —architecture critic Justin Davidson on the Sugar Hill affordable housing complex, designed by London-based Adjaye Associates, which is nearing completion in New York's Harlem neighborhood. [New York Magazine]

Infographic of the day: The most-visited museum in the world is the Louvre. [The Economist]

6 More Stories for Wednesday:

Possible sites for President Obama's library. [Chicago Tribune]

A man converted a Boeing 727 into a house in Portland, Ore. [The Huffington Post]

President Obama signed a bill authorizing $706 million for the deepening of the Port of Savannah. [Atlanta Business Chronicle]

Harvard researchers developed a 3D-printed robotic lamp capable of self-assembly. [Designboom]

Chicago businessman Beau D'Arcy wants to create a floating island on Lake Michigan, which he describes as "the next Bean." [Chicago Tribune]

The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles will host “Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio" after it wraps at Dallas' Nasher Sculpture Center next year. [Los Angeles Times]

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